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Learning To Manage Your Diabetes

If you’re diagnosed with diabetes or pre-diabetes, why does the doctor prescribe exercise and lower sugar intake? It’s because doing these things can often help cure diabetes!

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Does Your Genetics Play A Role When Preventing Diabetes

Being proactive and reducing your risk factors is the surest way prevent getting Diabetes. Being proactive with your health simply means that when it comes to issues that affect your health, you must

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Which Acid Reflux Medications Are Right for You?

While we recommend trying to ‘go natural’, and work with nature, we also understand that sometimes immediate relief is desired. So we are offering some info on over the counter and prescription medicines.

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Digestive Enzymes and Your Gut Health

In order to be able to properly absorb nutrients, your food has to be broken down into microscopic particles. Anything that’s not broken down or is unable to be absorbed, as in the case of many commercial foods with unnatural chemicals, they start composting somewhere in your intestinal tract, leading to any number of problems.

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Ways You Can Control Your Diabetes

Diabetes is a disease that you can get if you do not eat right or take care of your body. Genetics play a part in diabetes as well. In fact, hereditary is a hard cause of the problem. The disease can cause blindness. The disease can lead to amputation of legs, or feet.

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How Poor Nutrition Contributes To Leaky Gut Syndrome

If you eat garbage, your body reacts and reflects what you put into it. If you eat good, clean foods, your body and mind functions more more efficiently.

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Why Eating Junk Foods Puts Stress On Your Digestive System

In short, fast foods add to the stress on your digestive system, resulting in poor nutrition and a host of health problems that can be alleviated by avoiding junk foods and eating more organic foods that are prepared naturally at home.

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About Type I and Type II Diabetes

Both types of diabetes greatly increase a person’s risk for a range of serious complications. Although monitoring and managing the disease can prevent complications, diabetes remains the leading cause of blindness and kidney failure. It also continues to be a critical risk factor for heart disease, stroke, and foot or leg amputations.

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Leaky Gut and Autoimmune Disease

Leaky gut syndrome is related to many types of autoimmune diseases. There is a strong body of evidence pointing to leaky gut syndrome as a major cause of autoimmune diseases, including Type 1 Diabetes. Leaky gut syndrome happens when the normal sieve that is the absorptive surface of the small intestine develops bigger holes than is normal.

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You Can Change Your Behavior And Control Your Diabetes

When you have diabetes, it is very important to keep careful track of not only what you eat, but how much, and when you consume them. While many people can remember what they ate that day, can you remember what you ate 2 weeks ago for breakfast?

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Symptoms Of Diabetes In Children

For a child with a high blood sugar, their blood glucose will need to be checked too and a decision has to be made whether or not to give insulin. This is a big responsibility to hand over to another adult and can be nerve-racking for parents.

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What Is Diabetes?

Diabetics with type 1 will have to take insulin for the rest of their lives. The amount of insulin they take may vary with their diet and weight through the years.

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Diabetes Symptons

Type II diabetes is reaching epidemic proportions in the United States. It does not have to be a killer. People who follow instructions, learn about the disease and comply with their physician have an excellent chance at reducing their risk of acquiring any of the complications associated with this disease.

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Juvenile Diabetes Symptoms

As with any disease there are possible complications and side effects and juvenile diabetes is no exception. The risks and complications associated with this disease are serious but can be mitigated with careful monitoring and control of your child’s blood sugars.

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Diabetes Information

When asking yourself how to prevent diabetes, focus your attention on your weight, exercise and diet. In many cases, simple lifestyle changes can prevent someone from getting this potentially life threatening disease.

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